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Neurological Associates Pain Management Center

An International Referral Center dedicated to Treatment, Education and Research

 H. Hooshmand, M.D.

Dr. Hooshmand

  Diplomate American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified in Electroencepholography, Board Certified in Electromyography,

Board Certified in American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and Intractable Neurology (Epilepsy, Pain, MS)


Welcome to Neurological Associate Pain Management Center Website



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We would like to inform you that Dr. Hooshmand has retired.

For more than 40 years Dr. Hooshmand has helped thousands of RSD/CRPS, MS, Epilepsy, and Electrical Injury patients to help control their pain and to give them a better quality of life.

Dr. Hooshmand would like to thank all his patients for their trust in him all these years.

For more information please contact: Eric Phillips at the International Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Foundation at: 774-501-2808 or visit his website at:    

Dr. Hooshmand was in the practice of intractable neurology at Neurological Associates Pain Management Center in Vero Beach, Florida. He specialized in management of intractable pain with special interest in management of complications of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) / Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Electrical injuries. 

He had a special interest in research in the fields of CRPS, neuroinflammation, avascular necrosis, intractable complications of demylinating disease and intractable seizures.

Special emphasis was made in multidisciplinary comprehensive treatment with analgesic antidepressants, proper anticonvuslants such as Tegretol, Klonopin, and Neurontin, and treatment of neuroinflammation with the help of  I.V. Mannitol, Immunoglobulin, and proper nerve blocks with far less emphasis on ganglion nerve blocks.

Dr. Hooshmand's treatment principles consisted of detoxification from opioid agonists and endo BZ agonists and harmful antidepressants. The role of physical therapy, corrections of eating habits, and management of limbic system dysfunction secondary to chronic painful illness are emphasized.

This website was created to help educate RSD/CRPS patients and members of the medical community.

I would like to thank you for visiting our website, and I hope that your visit will be helpful to you.

With many thanks,

H. Hooshmand, M.D.